Search Results

1 - 2 of 2 items :

  • "occupational groups" x
  • Internal Medicine, other x
Clear All
Brucellosis as an Occupational Disease in the Republic of Macedonia

;96(15):570-4. Ramalho Ramos TR, Pinheiro Junior JW, De Moura Sobrinho PA, et al. Epidemiological aspects of an infection by Brucella abortus in risk occupational groups in the microregion of Araguaína, Tocantins. Braz J Infect Dis. 2008;12(2):133-8. Spinola AG, Costa MD. Human Brucellosis in personnel of a cold storage plant in the city of Salvador, Bahia, Brazil. Rev Salude Publica. 1972;6(2):157-65. Ministry of Labour and Social Policy of R. Macedonia. Rulebook on the List of Occupational Diseases. Official Gazette of RM, 2004

Open access
Calf Muscle (Triceps Surae Complex) Thickness in an Adult Nigerian Population: An Imaging Based Normographic Study

;12:35-43. 17. Sigrid P. Skeletal muscle ultrasound. European Translational Journal Myology. 2010;1(4):145-155. 18. Egwu OA, Anibeze CIP, Akpuaka FC, Udo BE. Activity related differences in the thickness of Achilles tendon among four different occupational groups in nigeria: an ultrasound based study. Bangladesh Journal of Medical Science. 2012;11(02):103-111. 19. Koivunen-nieman T, Parkkola K. Anatomy of Achilles tendon (tendocalcaneous) with respect to tendon thickness measurements. Surgical and Radiologic Anatomy. 1995

Open access